Female Entrepreneurs | Tips for Success | Earning 6 Figures Working From Home

This post and video is specifically for female entrepreneurs who want to earn a 6 figure income working from home, or for women who would like to be millionaires with a career scenario that is flexible and fulfilling.

You can earn 6 figures by fulfilling your passion and working from home while maintaing career and family life balance. How do I know this? I’ve had the privilege of ramping up two 6 figure businesses in the past two years in two different industries.

This is an incredible time for female entrepreneurs. We can combine our ambition with our values of family and flexibility. You no longer need to decide between corporate America or your family. You can start a business from home and still have the opportunity to raise your children with excellence.

82 percent of women who earn 6 figures work from home. Female business owners are the fastest growing sector of entrepreneurs in America.

If you are a female entrepreneur who would like to earn 6 figures working from home, here are my tips for success:

  1. Surround yourself with those who lift you up. Are you familiar with “the crab mentality.” I recently read about this concept in The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster. Fishermen place a small amount of bait in a cage. Several crabs come and eat it, but then the rest of the crabs follow even long after the bait is eaten. The top of the cage is open, but if a crab tries to crawl out, the rest of the crabs pull him down. If the crab continues trying to crawl up, the crowd pulls his legs off and eats him. Through the years, I have experienced “crabs” in my life. And often, these “crabs” come from my inner circle, even my family. People who are supposed to love and support me, are often the ones who are trying to pull me down with negative comments or lack of support. My intentional decision to surround myself with women who will lift me up has been a game changer this year. I am no-longer paying attention to the crabs who are trying to bring me down, but rather consistently interacting with the ladies in my life who are rooting for me. It’s very easy to spot a crab – be sure that you make a decision to focus on spending time with those who encourage you to succeed.
  2. Invest in mentorship. As you may know, I have a mentorship program for women who want to ramp up successful businesses. I train women with tried and true marketing strategies. I would be happy to give you information. Feel free to reach out via Instagram (@fitparenting).
  3. Pursue streams of residual income. If you are serious about becoming wealthy … Even specifically a millionaire, it is important to consider prudent streams of residual income. Brandon and I have at least 7 streams of income. In our early 20’s we educated ourselves regarding investments, real estate, brokerage accounts, and other ways to create passive income.
  4. Prioritize professional development every day. Professional development has been the single biggest door opener in my life. When I prioritize daily professional development, I think of great revenue producing ideas. When I grow as a person, I grow as a leader and as a business owner, and therefore attract smarter people to my brand. My favorite book at the moment is Entrepreneur Roller Coaster. I also LOVE the Entreleadership Podcast and have been listening to Michael Hyatt’s “This is Your Life” Podcast.

Watch my video (above) for these and more tips for success. What tips would you add?

If you would like information about my Business Mentorship Program or upcoming online Fitness Business Accelerator, please fill out the form below. It would be my pleasure to help you grow a successful business.

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